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  1. abstract class AbstractBuffer[A] extends AbstractSeq[A] with Buffer[A]

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    Explicit instantiation of the Buffer trait to reduce class file size in subclasses.

  2. abstract class AbstractIterable[A] extends collection.AbstractIterable[A] with Iterable[A]

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    Explicit instantiation of the Iterable trait to reduce class file size in subclasses.

  3. abstract class AbstractMap[A, B] extends collection.AbstractMap[A, B] with Map[A, B]

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    Explicit instantiation of the Map trait to reduce class file size in subclasses.

  4. abstract class AbstractSeq[A] extends collection.AbstractSeq[A] with Seq[A]

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    Explicit instantiation of the Seq trait to reduce class file size in subclasses.

  5. abstract class AbstractSet[A] extends AbstractIterable[A] with Set[A]

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    Explicit instantiation of the Set trait to reduce class file size in subclasses.

  6. final class AnyRefMap[K <: AnyRef, V] extends AbstractMap[K, V] with Map[K, V] with MapLike[K, V, AnyRefMap[K, V]]

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    This class implements mutable maps with AnyRef keys based on a hash table with open addressing.

    This class implements mutable maps with AnyRef keys based on a hash table with open addressing.

    Basic map operations on single entries, including contains and get, are typically significantly faster with AnyRefMap than HashMap. Note that numbers and characters are not handled specially in AnyRefMap; only plain equals and hashCode are used in comparisons.

    Methods that traverse or regenerate the map, including foreach and map, are not in general faster than with HashMap. The methods foreachKey, foreachValue, mapValuesNow, and transformValues are, however, faster than alternative ways to achieve the same functionality.

    Maps with open addressing may become less efficient at lookup after repeated addition/removal of elements. Although AnyRefMap makes a decent attempt to remain efficient regardless, calling repack on a map that will no longer have elements removed but will be used heavily may save both time and storage space.

    This map is not intended to contain more than 229 entries (approximately 500 million). The maximum capacity is 230, but performance will degrade rapidly as 230 is approached.

  7. class ArrayBuffer[A] extends AbstractBuffer[A] with Buffer[A] with GenericTraversableTemplate[A, ArrayBuffer] with BufferLike[A, ArrayBuffer[A]] with IndexedSeqOptimized[A, ArrayBuffer[A]] with Builder[A, ArrayBuffer[A]] with ResizableArray[A] with CustomParallelizable[A, ParArray[A]] with Serializable

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    An implementation of the Buffer class using an array to represent the assembled sequence internally.

    An implementation of the Buffer class using an array to represent the assembled sequence internally. Append, update and random access take constant time (amortized time). Prepends and removes are linear in the buffer size.

    A

    the type of this arraybuffer's elements.

    Annotations
    @SerialVersionUID()
    Version

    2.8

    Since

    1

    See also

    "Scala's Collection Library overview" section on Array Buffers for more information.

  8. abstract class ArrayBuilder[T] extends Builder[T, Array[T]] with Serializable

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    A builder class for arrays.

    A builder class for arrays.

    T

    the type of the elements for the builder.

    Since

    2.8

  9. trait ArrayLike[A, +Repr] extends IndexedSeqOptimized[A, Repr]

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    A common supertrait of ArrayOps and WrappedArray that factors out the deep method for arrays and wrapped arrays and serves as a marker trait for array wrappers.

    A common supertrait of ArrayOps and WrappedArray that factors out the deep method for arrays and wrapped arrays and serves as a marker trait for array wrappers.

    A

    type of the elements contained in the array like object.

    Repr

    the type of the actual collection containing the elements.

  10. trait ArrayOps[T] extends ArrayLike[T, Array[T]] with CustomParallelizable[T, ParArray[T]]

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    This class serves as a wrapper for Arrays with all the operations found in indexed sequences.

    This class serves as a wrapper for Arrays with all the operations found in indexed sequences. Where needed, instances of arrays are implicitly converted into this class.

    The difference between this class and WrappedArray is that calling transformer methods such as filter and map will yield an array, whereas a WrappedArray will remain a WrappedArray.

    T

    type of the elements contained in this array.

    Annotations
    @deprecatedInheritance( ... , "2.11.0" )
    Since

    2.8

  11. class ArraySeq[A] extends AbstractSeq[A] with IndexedSeq[A] with GenericTraversableTemplate[A, ArraySeq] with IndexedSeqOptimized[A, ArraySeq[A]] with CustomParallelizable[A, ParArray[A]] with Serializable

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    A class for polymorphic arrays of elements that's represented internally by an array of objects.

    A class for polymorphic arrays of elements that's represented internally by an array of objects. This means that elements of primitive types are boxed.

    A

    type of the elements contained in this array sequence.

    Annotations
    @SerialVersionUID()
    Version

    2.8

    Since

    2.8

    See also

    "Scala's Collection Library overview" section on Array Sequences for more information.

  12. class ArrayStack[T] extends AbstractSeq[T] with Seq[T] with SeqLike[T, ArrayStack[T]] with GenericTraversableTemplate[T, ArrayStack] with Cloneable[ArrayStack[T]] with Builder[T, ArrayStack[T]] with Serializable

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    Simple stack class backed by an array.

    Simple stack class backed by an array. Should be significantly faster than the standard mutable stack.

    T

    type of the elements contained in this array stack.

    Annotations
    @SerialVersionUID()
    Since

    2.7

    See also

    "Scala's Collection Library overview" section on Array Stacks for more information.

  13. class BitSet extends AbstractSet[Int] with SortedSet[Int] with collection.BitSet with BitSetLike[BitSet] with SetLike[Int, BitSet] with Serializable

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    A class for mutable bitsets.

    A class for mutable bitsets.

    Bitsets are sets of non-negative integers which are represented as variable-size arrays of bits packed into 64-bit words. The memory footprint of a bitset is determined by the largest number stored in it.

    Annotations
    @SerialVersionUID()
    See also

    "Scala's Collection Library overview" section on Mutable Bitsets for more information.

  14. trait Buffer[A] extends Seq[A] with GenericTraversableTemplate[A, Buffer] with BufferLike[A, Buffer[A]] with scala.Cloneable

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    Buffers are used to create sequences of elements incrementally by appending, prepending, or inserting new elements.

    Buffers are used to create sequences of elements incrementally by appending, prepending, or inserting new elements. It is also possible to access and modify elements in a random access fashion via the index of the element in the current sequence.

    A

    type of the elements contained in this buffer.

    Version

    2.8

    Since

    1

  15. trait BufferLike[A, +This <: BufferLike[A, This] with Buffer[A]] extends Growable[A] with Shrinkable[A] with Scriptable[A] with Subtractable[A, This] with SeqLike[A, This] with scala.Cloneable

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    A template trait for buffers of type Buffer[A].

    A template trait for buffers of type Buffer[A].

    Buffers are used to create sequences of elements incrementally by appending, prepending, or inserting new elements. It is also possible to access and modify elements in a random access fashion via the index of the element in the current sequence.

    A

    the type of the elements of the buffer

    This

    the type of the buffer itself.

    Version

    2.8

    Since

    2.8

    Note

    This trait provides most of the operations of a Buffer independently of its representation. It is typically inherited by concrete implementations of buffers. To implement a concrete buffer, you need to provide implementations of the following methods:

    def apply(idx: Int): A
    def update(idx: Int, elem: A)
    def length: Int
    def clear()
    def +=(elem: A): this.type
    def +=:(elem: A): this.type
    def insertAll(n: Int, iter: Traversable[A])
    def remove(n: Int): A
  16. trait Builder[-Elem, +To] extends Growable[Elem]

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    The base trait of all builders.

    The base trait of all builders. A builder lets one construct a collection incrementally, by adding elements to the builder with += and then converting to the required collection type with result.

    Elem

    the type of elements that get added to the builder.

    To

    the type of collection that it produced.

    Since

    2.8

  17. trait Cloneable[+A <: AnyRef] extends scala.Cloneable

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    A trait for cloneable collections.

    A trait for cloneable collections.

    A

    Type of the elements contained in the collection, covariant and with reference types as upperbound.

    Since

    2.8

  18. final class DefaultEntry[A, B] extends HashEntry[A, DefaultEntry[A, B]] with Serializable

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    Class used internally for default map model.

    Class used internally for default map model.

    Since

    2.3

  19. trait FlatHashTable[A] extends HashUtils[A]

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    An implementation class backing a HashSet.

    An implementation class backing a HashSet.

    This trait is used internally. It can be mixed in with various collections relying on hash table as an implementation.

  20. class GrowingBuilder[Elem, To <: Growable[Elem]] extends Builder[Elem, To]

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    The canonical builder for collections that are growable, i.e.

    The canonical builder for collections that are growable, i.e. that support an efficient += method which adds an element to the collection.

    Version

    2.8

    Since

    2.8

  21. trait HashEntry[A, E] extends AnyRef

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    Class used internally.

    Class used internally.

    Since

    2.8

  22. class HashMap[A, B] extends AbstractMap[A, B] with Map[A, B] with MapLike[A, B, HashMap[A, B]] with HashTable[A, DefaultEntry[A, B]] with CustomParallelizable[(A, B), ParHashMap[A, B]] with Serializable

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    This class implements mutable maps using a hashtable.

    This class implements mutable maps using a hashtable.

    A

    the type of the keys contained in this hash map.

    B

    the type of the values assigned to keys in this hash map.

    Annotations
    @SerialVersionUID()
    Since

    1

    See also

    "Scala's Collection Library overview" section on Hash Tables for more information.

  23. class HashSet[A] extends AbstractSet[A] with Set[A] with GenericSetTemplate[A, HashSet] with SetLike[A, HashSet[A]] with FlatHashTable[A] with CustomParallelizable[A, ParHashSet[A]] with Serializable

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    This class implements mutable sets using a hashtable.

    This class implements mutable sets using a hashtable.

    Annotations
    @SerialVersionUID()
    Version

    2.0, 31/12/2006

    Since

    1

    See also

    "Scala's Collection Library overview" section on Hash Tables for more information.

  24. trait HashTable[A, Entry >: Null <: HashEntry[A, Entry]] extends HashUtils[A]

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    This class can be used to construct data structures that are based on hashtables.

    This class can be used to construct data structures that are based on hashtables. Class HashTable[A] implements a hashtable that maps keys of type A to values of the fully abstract member type Entry. Classes that make use of HashTable have to provide an implementation for Entry.

    There are mainly two parameters that affect the performance of a hashtable: the initial size and the load factor. The size refers to the number of buckets in the hashtable, and the load factor is a measure of how full the hashtable is allowed to get before its size is automatically doubled. Both parameters may be changed by overriding the corresponding values in class HashTable.

    A

    type of the elements contained in this hash table.

    Version

    2.0, 31/12/2006

    Since

    1

  25. class History[Evt, Pub] extends AbstractIterable[(Pub, Evt)] with Subscriber[Evt, Pub] with Iterable[(Pub, Evt)] with Serializable

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    History[A, B] objects may subscribe to events of type A published by an object of type B.

    History[A, B] objects may subscribe to events of type A published by an object of type B. The history subscriber object records all published events up to maximum number of maxHistory events.

    Evt

    Type of events.

    Pub

    Type of publishers.

    Annotations
    @SerialVersionUID()
    Version

    1.0, 08/07/2003

    Since

    1

  26. trait IndexedSeq[A] extends Seq[A] with collection.IndexedSeq[A] with GenericTraversableTemplate[A, IndexedSeq] with IndexedSeqLike[A, IndexedSeq[A]]

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    A subtrait of collection.IndexedSeq which represents sequences that can be mutated.

  27. trait IndexedSeqLike[A, +Repr] extends collection.IndexedSeqLike[A, Repr]

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    A subtrait of scala.collection.IndexedSeq which represents sequences that can be mutated.

    A subtrait of scala.collection.IndexedSeq which represents sequences that can be mutated.

    It declares a method update which allows updating an element at a specific index in the sequence.

    This trait just implements iterator in terms of apply and length. However, see IndexedSeqOptimized for an implementation trait that overrides operations to make them run faster under the assumption of fast random access with apply.

    A

    the element type of the mutable indexed sequence

    Repr

    the type of the actual mutable indexed sequence containing the elements.

  28. trait IndexedSeqOptimized[A, +Repr] extends IndexedSeqLike[A, Repr] with collection.IndexedSeqOptimized[A, Repr]

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    A subtrait of scala.collection.IndexedSeq which represents sequences that can be mutated.

    A subtrait of scala.collection.IndexedSeq which represents sequences that can be mutated.

    Since

    2.8

  29. trait IndexedSeqView[A, +Coll] extends IndexedSeq[A] with IndexedSeqOptimized[A, IndexedSeqView[A, Coll]] with SeqView[A, Coll] with SeqViewLike[A, Coll, IndexedSeqView[A, Coll]]

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    A non-strict view of a mutable IndexedSeq.

    A non-strict view of a mutable IndexedSeq.

    A view is a lazy version of some collection. Collection transformers such as map or filter or ++ do not traverse any elements when applied on a view. Instead they create a new view which simply records that fact that the operation needs to be applied. The collection elements are accessed, and the view operations are applied, when a non-view result is needed, or when the force method is called on a view. Some of the operations of this class will yield again a mutable indexed sequence, others will just yield a plain indexed sequence of type collection.IndexedSeq. Because this is a leaf class there is no associated Like class.

    A

    the element type of the view

    Coll

    the type of the underlying collection containing the elements.

    Version

    2.8

    Since

    2.8

  30. trait Iterable[A] extends Traversable[A] with collection.Iterable[A] with GenericTraversableTemplate[A, Iterable] with IterableLike[A, Iterable[A]] with Parallelizable[A, ParIterable[A]]

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    A base trait for iterable collections that can be mutated.

    A base trait for iterable collections that can be mutated.

    This is a base trait for all mutable Scala collections that define an iterator method to step through one-by-one the collection's elements. Implementations of this trait need to provide a concrete method with signature:

    def iterator: Iterator[A]

    They also need to provide a method newBuilder which creates a builder for collections of the same kind.

    This trait implements Iterable's foreach method by stepping through all elements using iterator. Subclasses should re-implement foreach with something more efficient, if possible.

    This trait adds methods iterator, sameElements, takeRight, dropRight to the methods inherited from trait `Traversable`.

    Note: This trait replaces every method that uses break in TraversableLike by an iterator version.

  31. abstract class LazyBuilder[Elem, +To] extends Builder[Elem, To]

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    A builder that constructs its result lazily.

    A builder that constructs its result lazily. Iterators or iterables to be added to this builder with ++= are not evaluated until result is called.

    Elem

    type of the elements for this builder.

    To

    type of the collection this builder builds.

    Since

    2.8

  32. trait LinearSeq[A] extends Seq[A] with collection.LinearSeq[A] with GenericTraversableTemplate[A, LinearSeq] with LinearSeqLike[A, LinearSeq[A]]

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    A subtrait of collection.LinearSeq which represents sequences that can be mutated.

    A subtrait of collection.LinearSeq which represents sequences that can be mutated.

    Linear sequences have reasonably efficient head, tail, and isEmpty methods. If these methods provide the fastest way to traverse the collection, a collection Coll that extends this trait should also extend LinearSeqOptimized[A, Coll[A]].

  33. final class LinkedEntry[A, B] extends HashEntry[A, LinkedEntry[A, B]] with Serializable

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    Class for the linked hash map entry, used internally.

    Class for the linked hash map entry, used internally.

    Since

    2.8

  34. class LinkedHashMap[A, B] extends AbstractMap[A, B] with Map[A, B] with MapLike[A, B, LinkedHashMap[A, B]] with HashTable[A, LinkedEntry[A, B]] with Serializable

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    This class implements mutable maps using a hashtable.

    This class implements mutable maps using a hashtable. The iterator and all traversal methods of this class visit elements in the order they were inserted.

    A

    the type of the keys contained in this hash map.

    B

    the type of the values assigned to keys in this hash map.

    Annotations
    @SerialVersionUID()
  35. class LinkedHashSet[A] extends AbstractSet[A] with Set[A] with GenericSetTemplate[A, LinkedHashSet] with SetLike[A, LinkedHashSet[A]] with HashTable[A, Entry[A]] with Serializable

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    This class implements mutable sets using a hashtable.

    This class implements mutable sets using a hashtable. The iterator and all traversal methods of this class visit elements in the order they were inserted.

    A

    the type of the elements contained in this set.

    Annotations
    @SerialVersionUID()
    Version

    2.0, 31/12/2006

    Since

    1

  36. final class ListBuffer[A] extends AbstractBuffer[A] with Buffer[A] with GenericTraversableTemplate[A, ListBuffer] with BufferLike[A, ListBuffer[A]] with Builder[A, immutable.List[A]] with SeqForwarder[A] with java.io.Serializable

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    A Buffer implementation backed by a list.

    A Buffer implementation backed by a list. It provides constant time prepend and append. Most other operations are linear.

    A

    the type of this list buffer's elements.

    Annotations
    @SerialVersionUID()
    Version

    2.8

    Since

    1

    See also

    "Scala's Collection Library overview" section on List Buffers for more information.

  37. class ListMap[A, B] extends AbstractMap[A, B] with Map[A, B] with MapLike[A, B, ListMap[A, B]] with Serializable

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    A simple mutable map backed by a list, so it preserves insertion order.

    A simple mutable map backed by a list, so it preserves insertion order.

    A

    the type of the keys contained in this list map.

    B

    the type of the values assigned to keys in this list map.

  38. final class LongMap[V] extends AbstractMap[Long, V] with Map[Long, V] with MapLike[Long, V, LongMap[V]] with Serializable

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    This class implements mutable maps with Long keys based on a hash table with open addressing.

    This class implements mutable maps with Long keys based on a hash table with open addressing.

    Basic map operations on single entries, including contains and get, are typically substantially faster with LongMap than HashMap. Methods that act on the whole map, including foreach and map are not in general expected to be faster than with a generic map, save for those that take particular advantage of the internal structure of the map: foreachKey, foreachValue, mapValuesNow, and transformValues.

    Maps with open addressing may become less efficient at lookup after repeated addition/removal of elements. Although LongMap makes a decent attempt to remain efficient regardless, calling repack on a map that will no longer have elements removed but will be used heavily may save both time and storage space.

    This map is not intended to contain more than 229 entries (approximately 500 million). The maximum capacity is 230, but performance will degrade rapidly as 2^30 is approached.

  39. trait Map[A, B] extends Iterable[(A, B)] with collection.Map[A, B] with MapLike[A, B, Map[A, B]]

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    A base trait for maps that can be mutated.

    A base trait for maps that can be mutated.

    Implementation note: This trait provides most of the operations of a mutable Map independently of its representation. It is typically inherited by concrete implementations of maps.

    To implement a concrete mutable map, you need to provide implementations of the following methods:

    def get(key: A): Option[B]
    def iterator: Iterator[(A, B)]
    def += (kv: (A, B)): This
    def -= (key: A): This

    If you wish that methods like take, drop, filter also return the same kind of map you should also override:

    def empty: This

    It is also good idea to override methods foreach and size for efficiency.

    Since

    1.0

  40. class MapBuilder[A, B, Coll <: GenMap[A, B] with GenMapLike[A, B, Coll]] extends Builder[(A, B), Coll]

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    The canonical builder for immutable maps, working with the map's + method to add new elements.

    The canonical builder for immutable maps, working with the map's + method to add new elements. Collections are built from their empty element using this + method.

    A

    Type of the keys for the map this builder creates.

    B

    Type of the values for the map this builder creates.

    Coll

    The type of the actual collection this builder builds.

    Since

    2.8

  41. trait MapLike[A, B, +This <: MapLike[A, B, This] with Map[A, B]] extends collection.MapLike[A, B, This] with Builder[(A, B), This] with Growable[(A, B)] with Shrinkable[A] with Cloneable[This] with Parallelizable[(A, B), ParMap[A, B]]

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    A template trait for mutable maps.

    A template trait for mutable maps.

    Implementation note: This trait provides most of the operations of a mutable Map independently of its representation. It is typically inherited by concrete implementations of maps.

    To implement a concrete mutable map, you need to provide implementations of the following methods:

    def get(key: A): Option[B]
    def iterator: Iterator[(A, B)]
    def += (kv: (A, B)): This
    def -= (key: A): This

    If you wish that methods like take, drop, filter also return the same kind of map you should also override:

    def empty: This

    It is also good idea to override methods foreach and size for efficiency.

  42. trait MultiMap[A, B] extends Map[A, Set[B]]

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    A trait for mutable maps with multiple values assigned to a key.

    A trait for mutable maps with multiple values assigned to a key.

    This class is typically used as a mixin. It turns maps which map A to Set[B] objects into multimaps that map A to B objects.

    Example:
    1. // first import all necessary types from package `collection.mutable`
      import collection.mutable.{ HashMap, MultiMap, Set }
      // to create a `MultiMap` the easiest way is to mixin it into a normal
      // `Map` instance
      val mm = new HashMap[Int, Set[String]] with MultiMap[Int, String]
      // to add key-value pairs to a multimap it is important to use
      // the method `addBinding` because standard methods like `+` will
      // overwrite the complete key-value pair instead of adding the
      // value to the existing key
      mm.addBinding(1, "a")
      mm.addBinding(2, "b")
      mm.addBinding(1, "c")
      // mm now contains `Map(2 -> Set(b), 1 -> Set(c, a))`
      // to check if the multimap contains a value there is method
      // `entryExists`, which allows to traverse the including set
      mm.entryExists(1, _ == "a") == true
      mm.entryExists(1, _ == "b") == false
      mm.entryExists(2, _ == "b") == true
      // to remove a previous added value there is the method `removeBinding`
      mm.removeBinding(1, "a")
      mm.entryExists(1, _ == "a") == false
  43. class MutableList[A] extends AbstractSeq[A] with LinearSeq[A] with LinearSeqOptimized[A, MutableList[A]] with GenericTraversableTemplate[A, MutableList] with Builder[A, MutableList[A]] with Serializable

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    This class is used internally to represent mutable lists.

    This class is used internally to represent mutable lists. It is the basis for the implementation of the class Queue.

    Annotations
    @SerialVersionUID()
    Version

    2.8

    Since

    1

  44. class OpenHashMap[Key, Value] extends AbstractMap[Key, Value] with Map[Key, Value] with MapLike[Key, Value, OpenHashMap[Key, Value]]

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    A mutable hash map based on an open hashing scheme.

    A mutable hash map based on an open hashing scheme. The precise scheme is undefined, but it should make a reasonable effort to ensure that an insert with consecutive hash codes is not unnecessarily penalised. In particular, mappings of consecutive integer keys should work without significant performance loss.

    Key

    type of the keys in this map.

    Value

    type of the values in this map.

    Since

    2.7

  45. class PriorityQueue[A] extends AbstractIterable[A] with Iterable[A] with GenericOrderedTraversableTemplate[A, PriorityQueue] with IterableLike[A, PriorityQueue[A]] with Growable[A] with Builder[A, PriorityQueue[A]] with Serializable with scala.Cloneable

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    This class implements priority queues using a heap.

    This class implements priority queues using a heap. To prioritize elements of type A there must be an implicit Ordering[A] available at creation.

    Only the dequeue and dequeueAll methods will return methods in priority order (while removing elements from the heap). Standard collection methods including drop, iterator, and toString will remove or traverse the heap in whichever order seems most convenient.

    Therefore, printing a PriorityQueue will not reveal the priority order of the elements, though the highest-priority element will be printed first. To print the elements in order, one must duplicate the PriorityQueue (by using clone, for instance) and then dequeue them:

    A

    type of the elements in this priority queue.

    Annotations
    @deprecatedInheritance( ... , "2.11.0" )
    Example:
    1. val pq = collection.mutable.PriorityQueue(1, 2, 5, 3, 7)
      println(pq)                  // elements probably not in order
      println(pq.clone.dequeueAll) // prints Vector(7, 5, 3, 2, 1)
    Version

    1.0, 03/05/2004

    Since

    1

  46. trait Publisher[Evt] extends AnyRef

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    Publisher[A,This] objects publish events of type A to all registered subscribers.

    Publisher[A,This] objects publish events of type A to all registered subscribers. When subscribing, a subscriber may specify a filter which can be used to constrain the number of events sent to the subscriber. Subscribers may suspend their subscription, or reactivate a suspended subscription. Class Publisher is typically used as a mixin. The abstract type Pub models the type of the publisher itself.

    Evt

    type of the published event.

    Version

    2.8

    Since

    1

  47. class Queue[A] extends MutableList[A] with LinearSeqOptimized[A, Queue[A]] with GenericTraversableTemplate[A, Queue] with Cloneable[Queue[A]] with Serializable

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    Queue objects implement data structures that allow to insert and retrieve elements in a first-in-first-out (FIFO) manner.

    Queue objects implement data structures that allow to insert and retrieve elements in a first-in-first-out (FIFO) manner.

    Version

    2.8

    Since

    1

    See also

    "Scala's Collection Library overview" section on Queues for more information.

  48. trait ResizableArray[A] extends IndexedSeq[A] with GenericTraversableTemplate[A, ResizableArray] with IndexedSeqOptimized[A, ResizableArray[A]]

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    This class is used internally to implement data structures that are based on resizable arrays.

    This class is used internally to implement data structures that are based on resizable arrays.

    A

    type of the elements contained in this resizable array.

    Version

    2.8

    Since

    1

  49. class RevertibleHistory[Evt <: Undoable, Pub] extends History[Evt, Pub] with Undoable with Serializable

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    A revertible history is a History object which supports an undo operation.

    A revertible history is a History object which supports an undo operation. Type variable Evt refers to the type of the published events, Pub denotes the publisher type. Type Pub is typically a subtype of Publisher.

    Evt

    type of the events

    Pub

    type of the publisher

    Version

    1.0, 08/07/2003

    Since

    2.8

  50. trait Seq[A] extends Iterable[A] with collection.Seq[A] with GenericTraversableTemplate[A, Seq] with SeqLike[A, Seq[A]]

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    A subtrait of collection.Seq which represents sequences that can be mutated.

    A subtrait of collection.Seq which represents sequences that can be mutated.

    Sequences are special cases of iterable collections of class Iterable. Unlike iterables, sequences always have a defined order of elements. Sequences provide a method apply for indexing. Indices range from 0 up to the length of a sequence. Sequences support a number of methods to find occurrences of elements or subsequences, including segmentLength, prefixLength, indexWhere, indexOf, lastIndexWhere, lastIndexOf, startsWith, endsWith, indexOfSlice.

    Another way to see a sequence is as a PartialFunction from Int values to the element type of the sequence. The isDefinedAt method of a sequence returns true for the interval from 0 until length.

    Sequences can be accessed in reverse order of their elements, using methods reverse and reverseIterator.

    Sequences have two principal subtraits, IndexedSeq and LinearSeq, which give different guarantees for performance. An IndexedSeq provides fast random-access of elements and a fast length operation. A LinearSeq provides fast access only to the first element via head, but also has a fast tail operation.

    The class adds an update method to collection.Seq.

  51. trait SeqLike[A, +This <: SeqLike[A, This] with Seq[A]] extends collection.SeqLike[A, This] with Cloneable[This] with Parallelizable[A, ParSeq[A]]

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    A template trait for mutable sequences of type mutable.Seq[A].

    A template trait for mutable sequences of type mutable.Seq[A].

    A

    the type of the elements of the set

    This

    the type of the set itself.

  52. trait Set[A] extends Iterable[A] with collection.Set[A] with GenericSetTemplate[A, Set] with SetLike[A, Set[A]]

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    A generic trait for mutable sets.

    A generic trait for mutable sets.

    To implement a concrete mutable set, you need to provide implementations of the following methods:

    def contains(elem: A): Boolean
    def iterator: Iterator[A]
    def += (elem: A): this.type
    def -= (elem: A): this.type

    If you wish that methods like take, drop, filter return the same kind of set, you should also override:

    def empty: This

    It is also good idea to override methods foreach and size for efficiency.

    Since

    1.0

  53. class SetBuilder[A, Coll <: collection.Set[A] with collection.SetLike[A, Coll]] extends Builder[A, Coll]

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    The canonical builder for mutable Sets.

    The canonical builder for mutable Sets.

    A

    The type of the elements that will be contained in this set.

    Coll

    The type of the actual collection this set builds.

    Since

    2.8

  54. trait SetLike[A, +This <: SetLike[A, This] with Set[A]] extends collection.SetLike[A, This] with Scriptable[A] with Builder[A, This] with Growable[A] with Shrinkable[A] with Cloneable[Set[A]] with Parallelizable[A, ParSet[A]]

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    A template trait for mutable sets of type mutable.Set[A].

    A template trait for mutable sets of type mutable.Set[A].

    This trait provides most of the operations of a mutable.Set independently of its representation. It is typically inherited by concrete implementations of sets.

    To implement a concrete mutable set, you need to provide implementations of the following methods:

    def contains(elem: A): Boolean
    def iterator: Iterator[A]
    def += (elem: A): this.type
    def -= (elem: A): this.type

    If you wish that methods like take, drop, filter return the same kind of set, you should also override:

    def empty: This

    It is also good idea to override methods foreach and size for efficiency.

    A

    the type of the elements of the set

    This

    the type of the set itself.

    Version

    2.8

    Since

    2.8

  55. trait SortedSet[A] extends collection.SortedSet[A] with SortedSetLike[A, SortedSet[A]] with Set[A] with SetLike[A, SortedSet[A]]

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    Base trait for mutable sorted set.

  56. class Stack[A] extends AbstractSeq[A] with Seq[A] with SeqLike[A, Stack[A]] with GenericTraversableTemplate[A, Stack] with Cloneable[Stack[A]] with Serializable

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    A stack implements a data structure which allows to store and retrieve objects in a last-in-first-out (LIFO) fashion.

    A stack implements a data structure which allows to store and retrieve objects in a last-in-first-out (LIFO) fashion.

    A

    type of the elements contained in this stack.

    Version

    2.8

    Since

    1

    See also

    "Scala's Collection Library overview" section on Stacks for more information.

  57. final class StringBuilder extends AbstractSeq[Char] with CharSequence with IndexedSeq[Char] with StringLike[StringBuilder] with Builder[Char, String] with Serializable

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    A builder for mutable sequence of characters.

    A builder for mutable sequence of characters. This class provides an API mostly compatible with java.lang.StringBuilder, except where there are conflicts with the Scala collections API (such as the reverse method.)

    Annotations
    @SerialVersionUID()
    Version

    2.8

    Since

    2.7

  58. trait Subscriber[-Evt, -Pub] extends AnyRef

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    Subscriber[A, B] objects may subscribe to events of type A published by an object of type B.

    Subscriber[A, B] objects may subscribe to events of type A published by an object of type B. B is typically a subtype of scala.collection.mutable.Publisher.

    Version

    2.8

    Since

    1

  59. trait Traversable[A] extends collection.Traversable[A] with GenericTraversableTemplate[A, Traversable] with TraversableLike[A, Traversable[A]] with Mutable

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    A trait for traversable collections that can be mutated.

    A trait for traversable collections that can be mutated.

    This is a base trait of all kinds of mutable Scala collections. It implements the behavior common to all collections, in terms of a method foreach with signature:

    def foreach[U](f: Elem => U): Unit

    Collection classes mixing in this trait provide a concrete foreach method which traverses all the elements contained in the collection, applying a given function to each. They also need to provide a method newBuilder which creates a builder for collections of the same kind.

    A traversable class might or might not have two properties: strictness and orderedness. Neither is represented as a type.

    The instances of a strict collection class have all their elements computed before they can be used as values. By contrast, instances of a non-strict collection class may defer computation of some of their elements until after the instance is available as a value. A typical example of a non-strict collection class is a scala.collection.immutable.Stream. A more general class of examples are TraversableViews.

    If a collection is an instance of an ordered collection class, traversing its elements with foreach will always visit elements in the same order, even for different runs of the program. If the class is not ordered, foreach can visit elements in different orders for different runs (but it will keep the same order in the same run).'

    A typical example of a collection class which is not ordered is a HashMap of objects. The traversal order for hash maps will depend on the hash codes of its elements, and these hash codes might differ from one run to the next. By contrast, a LinkedHashMap is ordered because its foreach method visits elements in the order they were inserted into the HashMap.

  60. class TreeSet[A] extends SortedSet[A] with SetLike[A, TreeSet[A]] with SortedSetLike[A, TreeSet[A]] with Set[A] with Serializable

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    A mutable SortedSet using an immutable RedBlack Tree as underlying data structure.

    A mutable SortedSet using an immutable RedBlack Tree as underlying data structure.

    Annotations
    @deprecatedInheritance( ... , "2.11.0" )
  61. trait Undoable extends AnyRef

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    Classes that mix in the Undoable class provide an operation undo which can be used to undo the last operation.

    Classes that mix in the Undoable class provide an operation undo which can be used to undo the last operation.

    Version

    1.0, 08/07/2003

    Since

    1

  62. class UnrolledBuffer[T] extends AbstractBuffer[T] with Buffer[T] with BufferLike[T, UnrolledBuffer[T]] with GenericClassTagTraversableTemplate[T, UnrolledBuffer] with Builder[T, UnrolledBuffer[T]] with Serializable

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    A buffer that stores elements in an unrolled linked list.

    A buffer that stores elements in an unrolled linked list.

    Unrolled linked lists store elements in linked fixed size arrays.

    Unrolled buffers retain locality and low memory overhead properties of array buffers, but offer much more efficient element addition, since they never reallocate and copy the internal array.

    However, they provide O(n/m) complexity random access, where n is the number of elements, and m the size of internal array chunks.

    Ideal to use when:

    • elements are added to the buffer and then all of the elements are traversed sequentially
    • two unrolled buffers need to be concatenated (see concat)

    Better than singly linked lists for random access, but should still be avoided for such a purpose.

    Annotations
    @SerialVersionUID() @deprecatedInheritance( ... , "2.11.0" )
  63. class WeakHashMap[A, B] extends convert.Wrappers.JMapWrapper[A, B] with convert.Wrappers.JMapWrapperLike[A, B, WeakHashMap[A, B]]

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    A hash map with references to entries which are weakly reachable.

    A hash map with references to entries which are weakly reachable. Entries are removed from this map when the key is no longer (strongly) referenced. This class wraps java.util.WeakHashMap.

    A

    type of keys contained in this map

    B

    type of values associated with the keys

    Since

    2.8

    See also

    "Scala's Collection Library overview" section on Weak Hash Maps for more information.

  64. abstract class WrappedArray[T] extends AbstractSeq[T] with IndexedSeq[T] with ArrayLike[T, WrappedArray[T]] with CustomParallelizable[T, ParArray[T]]

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    A class representing Array[T].

    A class representing Array[T].

    T

    type of the elements in this wrapped array.

    Version

    1.0

    Since

    2.8

  65. class WrappedArrayBuilder[A] extends Builder[A, WrappedArray[A]]

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    A builder class for arrays.

    A builder class for arrays.

    A

    type of elements that can be added to this builder.

    Since

    2.8

  66. trait BufferProxy[A] extends Buffer[A] with Proxy

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    This is a simple proxy class for `scala.collection.mutable.Buffer`.

    This is a simple proxy class for `scala.collection.mutable.Buffer`. It is most useful for assembling customized set abstractions dynamically using object composition and forwarding.

    A

    type of the elements the buffer proxy contains.

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Proxying is deprecated due to lack of use and compiler-level support.

    Version

    1.0, 16/04/2004

    Since

    1

  67. trait DefaultMapModel[A, B] extends Map[A, B]

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    This class is used internally.

    This class is used internally. It implements the mutable Map class in terms of three functions: findEntry, addEntry, and entries.

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) This trait will be removed.

    Version

    1.0, 08/07/2003

    Since

    1

  68. class DoubleLinkedList[A] extends AbstractSeq[A] with LinearSeq[A] with GenericTraversableTemplate[A, DoubleLinkedList] with DoubleLinkedListLike[A, DoubleLinkedList[A]] with Serializable

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    This class implements double linked lists where both the head (elem), the tail (next) and a reference to the previous node (prev) are mutable.

    This class implements double linked lists where both the head (elem), the tail (next) and a reference to the previous node (prev) are mutable.

    A

    the type of the elements contained in this double linked list.

    Annotations
    @deprecated @SerialVersionUID()
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Low-level linked lists are deprecated due to idiosyncrasies in interface and incomplete features.

    Version

    2.8

    Since

    1

    See also

    "Scala's Collection Library overview" section on Double Linked Lists for more information.

  69. trait DoubleLinkedListLike[A, This <: Seq[A] with DoubleLinkedListLike[A, This]] extends SeqLike[A, This] with LinkedListLike[A, This]

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    This extensible class may be used as a basis for implementing double linked lists.

    This extensible class may be used as a basis for implementing double linked lists. Type variable A refers to the element type of the list, type variable This is used to model self types of linked lists.

    The invariant of this data structure is that prev is always a reference to the previous node in the list. If this is the first node of the list, prev will be null. Field next is set to this iff the list is empty.

    Examples (right arrow represents next, left arrow represents prev, _ represents no value):

    Empty:
    
    null <-- [ _ ] --,
             [   ] <-`
    
    Single element:
    
    null <-- [ x ] --> [ _ ] --,
             [   ] <-- [   ] <-`
    
    More elements:
    
    null <-- [ x ] --> [ y ] --> [ z ] --> [ _ ] --,
             [   ] <-- [   ] <-- [   ] <-- [   ] <-`
    A

    type of the elements contained in the double linked list

    This

    the type of the actual linked list holding the elements

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Low-level linked lists are deprecated due to idiosyncrasies in interface and incomplete features.

    Version

    1.0, 08/07/2003

    Since

    2.8

  70. class ImmutableMapAdaptor[A, B] extends AbstractMap[A, B] with Map[A, B] with Serializable

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    This class can be used as an adaptor to create mutable maps from immutable map implementations.

    This class can be used as an adaptor to create mutable maps from immutable map implementations. Only method empty has to be redefined if the immutable map on which this mutable map is originally based is not empty. empty is supposed to return the representation of an empty map.

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Adaptors are inherently unreliable and prone to performance problems.

    Version

    2.0, 01/01/2007

    Since

    1

  71. class ImmutableSetAdaptor[A] extends AbstractSet[A] with Set[A] with Serializable

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    This class can be used as an adaptor to create mutable sets from immutable set implementations.

    This class can be used as an adaptor to create mutable sets from immutable set implementations. Only method empty has to be redefined if the immutable set on which this mutable set is originally based is not empty. empty is supposed to return the representation of an empty set.

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Adaptors are inherently unreliable and prone to performance problems.

    Version

    1.0, 21/07/2003

    Since

    1

  72. class LinkedList[A] extends AbstractSeq[A] with LinearSeq[A] with GenericTraversableTemplate[A, LinkedList] with LinkedListLike[A, LinkedList[A]] with Serializable

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    A more traditional/primitive style of linked list where the "list" is also the "head" link.

    A more traditional/primitive style of linked list where the "list" is also the "head" link. Links can be manually created and manipulated, though the use of the API, when possible, is recommended.

    The danger of directly manipulating next:

    scala> val b = LinkedList(1)
    b: scala.collection.mutable.LinkedList[Int] = LinkedList(1)
    
    scala> b.next = null
    
    scala> println(b)
    java.lang.NullPointerException

    If the list is empty next must be set to this. The last node in every mutable linked list is empty.

    Examples (_ represents no value):

    Empty:
    
    [ _ ] --,
    [   ] <-`
    
    Single element:
    
    [ x ] --> [ _ ] --,
              [   ] <-`
    
    More elements:
    
    [ x ] --> [ y ] --> [ z ] --> [ _ ] --,
                                  [   ] <-`
    A

    the type of the elements contained in this linked list.

    Annotations
    @SerialVersionUID() @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Low-level linked lists are deprecated due to idiosyncrasies in interface and incomplete features.

    Version

    2.8

    Since

    1

    See also

    "Scala's Collection Library overview" section on Linked Lists for more information.

  73. trait LinkedListLike[A, This <: Seq[A] with LinkedListLike[A, This]] extends SeqLike[A, This]

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    This extensible class may be used as a basis for implementing linked list.

    This extensible class may be used as a basis for implementing linked list. Type variable A refers to the element type of the list, type variable This is used to model self types of linked lists.

    If the list is empty next must be set to this. The last node in every mutable linked list is empty.

    Examples (_ represents no value):

    Empty:
    
    [ _ ] --,
    [   ] <-`
    
    Single element:
    
    [ x ] --> [ _ ] --,
              [   ] <-`
    
    More elements:
    
    [ x ] --> [ y ] --> [ z ] --> [ _ ] --,
                                  [   ] <-`
    A

    type of the elements contained in the linked list

    This

    the type of the actual linked list holding the elements

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Low-level linked lists are deprecated due to idiosyncrasies in interface and incomplete features.

    Version

    1.0, 08/07/2003

    Since

    2.8

  74. trait MapProxy[A, B] extends Map[A, B] with MapProxyLike[A, B, Map[A, B]]

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    This trait implements a proxy for scala.collection.mutable.Map.

    This trait implements a proxy for scala.collection.mutable.Map.

    It is most useful for assembling customized map abstractions dynamically using object composition and forwarding.

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Proxying is deprecated due to lack of use and compiler-level support.

    Version

    2.0, 31/12/2006

    Since

    1

  75. trait ObservableBuffer[A] extends Buffer[A] with Publisher[Message[A] with Undoable]

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    This class is typically used as a mixin.

    This class is typically used as a mixin. It adds a subscription mechanism to the Buffer class into which this abstract class is mixed in. Class ObservableBuffer publishes events of the type Message.

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Observables are deprecated because scripting is deprecated.

    Version

    1.0, 08/07/2003

    Since

    1

  76. trait ObservableMap[A, B] extends Map[A, B] with Publisher[Message[(A, B)] with Undoable]

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    This class is typically used as a mixin.

    This class is typically used as a mixin. It adds a subscription mechanism to the Map class into which this abstract class is mixed in. Class ObservableMap publishes events of the type Message.

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Observables are deprecated because scripting is deprecated.

    Version

    2.0, 31/12/2006

    Since

    1

  77. trait ObservableSet[A] extends Set[A] with Publisher[Message[A] with Undoable]

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    This class is typically used as a mixin.

    This class is typically used as a mixin. It adds a subscription mechanism to the Set class into which this abstract class is mixed in. Class ObservableSet publishes events of the type Message.

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Observables are deprecated because scripting is deprecated.

    Version

    1.0, 08/07/2003

    Since

    1

  78. abstract class PriorityQueueProxy[A] extends PriorityQueue[A] with Proxy

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    This class servers as a proxy for priority queues.

    This class servers as a proxy for priority queues. The elements of the queue have to be ordered in terms of the Ordered[T] class.

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Proxying is deprecated due to lack of use and compiler-level support.

    Version

    1.0, 03/05/2004

    Since

    1

  79. trait QueueProxy[A] extends Queue[A] with Proxy

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    Queue objects implement data structures that allow to insert and retrieve elements in a first-in-first-out (FIFO) manner.

    Queue objects implement data structures that allow to insert and retrieve elements in a first-in-first-out (FIFO) manner.

    A

    type of the elements in this queue proxy.

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Proxying is deprecated due to lack of use and compiler-level support.

    Version

    1.1, 03/05/2004

    Since

    1

  80. trait SetProxy[A] extends Set[A] with SetProxyLike[A, Set[A]]

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    This is a simple wrapper class for scala.collection.mutable.Set.

    This is a simple wrapper class for scala.collection.mutable.Set. It is most useful for assembling customized set abstractions dynamically using object composition and forwarding.

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Proxying is deprecated due to lack of use and compiler-level support.

    Version

    1.1, 09/05/2004

    Since

    1

  81. trait StackProxy[A] extends Stack[A] with Proxy

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    A stack implements a data structure which allows to store and retrieve objects in a last-in-first-out (LIFO) fashion.

    A stack implements a data structure which allows to store and retrieve objects in a last-in-first-out (LIFO) fashion.

    A

    type of the elements in this stack proxy.

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Proxying is deprecated due to lack of use and compiler-level support.

    Version

    1.0, 10/05/2004

    Since

    1

  82. trait SynchronizedBuffer[A] extends Buffer[A]

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    This class should be used as a mixin.

    This class should be used as a mixin. It synchronizes the Buffer methods of the class into which it is mixed in.

    A

    type of the elements contained in this buffer.

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Synchronization via traits is deprecated as it is inherently unreliable. Consider java.util.concurrent.ConcurrentLinkedQueue as an alternative.

    Version

    1.0, 08/07/2003

    Since

    1

  83. trait SynchronizedMap[A, B] extends Map[A, B]

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    This class should be used as a mixin.

    This class should be used as a mixin. It synchronizes the Map functions of the class into which it is mixed in.

    A

    type of the keys contained in this map.

    B

    type of the values associated with keys.

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Synchronization via traits is deprecated as it is inherently unreliable. Consider java.util.concurrent.ConcurrentHashMap as an alternative.

    Version

    2.0, 31/12/2006

    Since

    1

  84. class SynchronizedPriorityQueue[A] extends PriorityQueue[A]

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    This class implements synchronized priority queues using a binary heap.

    This class implements synchronized priority queues using a binary heap. The elements of the queue have to be ordered in terms of the Ordered[T] class.

    A

    type of the elements contained in this synchronized priority queue

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Comprehensive synchronization via selective overriding of methods is inherently unreliable. Consider java.util.concurrent.ConcurrentSkipListSet as an alternative.

    Version

    1.0, 03/05/2004

    Since

    1

  85. class SynchronizedQueue[A] extends Queue[A]

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    This is a synchronized version of the Queue[T] class.

    This is a synchronized version of the Queue[T] class. It implements a data structure that allows one to insert and retrieve elements in a first-in-first-out (FIFO) manner.

    A

    type of elements contained in this synchronized queue.

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Synchronization via selective overriding of methods is inherently unreliable. Consider java.util.concurrent.ConcurrentLinkedQueue as an alternative.

    Version

    1.0, 03/05/2004

    Since

    1

  86. trait SynchronizedSet[A] extends Set[A]

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    This class should be used as a mixin.

    This class should be used as a mixin. It synchronizes the Set functions of the class into which it is mixed in.

    A

    type of the elements contained in this synchronized set.

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Synchronization via traits is deprecated as it is inherently unreliable. Consider java.util.concurrent.ConcurrentHashMap[A,Unit] as an alternative.

    Version

    1.0, 08/07/2003

    Since

    1

  87. class SynchronizedStack[A] extends Stack[A]

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    This is a synchronized version of the Stack[T] class.

    This is a synchronized version of the Stack[T] class. It implements a data structure which allows to store and retrieve objects in a last-in-first-out (LIFO) fashion.

    A

    type of the elements contained in this stack.

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Synchronization via selective overriding of methods is inherently unreliable. Consider java.util.concurrent.LinkedBlockingDequeue instead.

    Version

    1.0, 03/05/2004

    Since

    1

Value Members

  1. object AnyRefMap

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  2. object ArrayBuffer extends SeqFactory[ArrayBuffer] with Serializable

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    Factory object for the ArrayBuffer class.

    Factory object for the ArrayBuffer class.

    This object provides a set of operations to create ArrayBuffer values.

  3. object ArrayBuilder extends Serializable

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    A companion object for array builders.

    A companion object for array builders.

    Since

    2.8

  4. object ArrayOps

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    A companion object for ArrayOps.

    A companion object for ArrayOps.

    Since

    2.8

  5. object ArraySeq extends SeqFactory[ArraySeq] with Serializable

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    This object provides a set of operations to create ArraySeq values.

  6. object ArrayStack extends SeqFactory[ArrayStack] with Serializable

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    Factory object for the ArrayStack class.

    Factory object for the ArrayStack class.

    This object provides a set of operations to create ArrayStack values.

  7. object BitSet extends BitSetFactory[BitSet] with Serializable

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    This object provides a set of operations to create BitSet values.

  8. object Buffer extends SeqFactory[Buffer]

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    This object provides a set of operations to create Buffer values.

  9. object HashMap extends MutableMapFactory[HashMap] with Serializable

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    This object provides a set of operations needed to create mutable.HashMap values.

  10. object HashSet extends MutableSetFactory[HashSet] with Serializable

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    This object provides a set of operations needed to create mutable.HashSet values.

  11. object IndexedSeq extends SeqFactory[IndexedSeq]

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    This object provides a set of operations to create mutable.IndexedSeq values.

    This object provides a set of operations to create mutable.IndexedSeq values. The current default implementation of a mutable.IndexedSeq is an ArrayBuffer.

  12. object IndexedSeqView

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    An object containing the necessary implicit definitions to make SeqViews work.

    An object containing the necessary implicit definitions to make SeqViews work. Its definitions are generally not accessed directly by clients.

    Note that the canBuildFrom factories yield SeqViews, not IndexedSeqViews. This is intentional, because not all operations yield again a mutable.IndexedSeqView. For instance, map just gives a SeqView, which reflects the fact that map cannot do its work and maintain a pointer into the original indexed sequence.

  13. object Iterable extends GenTraversableFactory[Iterable] with TraversableFactory[Iterable]

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    This object provides a set of operations to create mutable.Iterable values.

    This object provides a set of operations to create mutable.Iterable values. The current default implementation of a mutable.Iterable is an ArrayBuffer.

  14. object LinearSeq extends SeqFactory[LinearSeq]

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    This object provides a set of operations to create mutable.LinearSeq values.

    This object provides a set of operations to create mutable.LinearSeq values. The current default implementation of a mutable.LinearSeq is a MutableList.

  15. object LinkedHashMap extends MutableMapFactory[LinkedHashMap] with Serializable

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    This object provides a set of operations needed to create LinkedHashMap values.

  16. object LinkedHashSet extends MutableSetFactory[LinkedHashSet] with Serializable

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    This object provides a set of operations needed to create LinkedHashSet values.

  17. object ListBuffer extends SeqFactory[ListBuffer] with Serializable

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    This object provides a set of operations to create ListBuffer values.

  18. object ListMap extends MutableMapFactory[ListMap] with Serializable

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    This object provides a set of operations needed to create mutable.ListMap values.

  19. object LongMap extends Serializable

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  20. object Map extends MutableMapFactory[Map]

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    This object provides a set of operations needed to create mutable.Map values.

    This object provides a set of operations needed to create mutable.Map values. The current default implementation of a mutable.Map is a HashMap.

  21. object MutableList extends SeqFactory[MutableList] with Serializable

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  22. object OpenHashMap

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  23. object PriorityQueue extends OrderedTraversableFactory[PriorityQueue] with Serializable

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  24. object Queue extends SeqFactory[Queue] with Serializable

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  25. object ResizableArray extends SeqFactory[ResizableArray]

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  26. object Seq extends SeqFactory[Seq]

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    This object provides a set of operations to create mutable.Seq values.

    This object provides a set of operations to create mutable.Seq values. The current default implementation of a mutable.Seq is an ArrayBuffer.

  27. object Set extends MutableSetFactory[Set]

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    This object provides a set of operations needed to create mutable.Set values.

    This object provides a set of operations needed to create mutable.Set values. The current default implementation of a mutable.Set is a HashSet.

  28. object SortedSet extends MutableSortedSetFactory[SortedSet]

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    A template for mutable sorted set companion objects.

  29. object Stack extends SeqFactory[Stack] with Serializable

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    Factory object for the mutable.Stack class.

    Factory object for the mutable.Stack class.

    This object provides a set of operations to create mutable.Stack values.

  30. object StringBuilder extends Serializable

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  31. object Traversable extends GenTraversableFactory[Traversable] with TraversableFactory[Traversable]

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    This object provides a set of operations to create mutable.Traversable values.

    This object provides a set of operations to create mutable.Traversable values. The current default implementation of a mutable.Traversable is an ArrayBuffer.

  32. object TreeSet extends MutableSortedSetFactory[TreeSet] with Serializable

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  33. object UnrolledBuffer extends ClassTagTraversableFactory[UnrolledBuffer] with Serializable

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  34. object WeakHashMap extends MutableMapFactory[WeakHashMap] with Serializable

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    This object provides a set of operations needed to create WeakHashMap values.

  35. object WrappedArray

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    A companion object used to create instances of WrappedArray.

Deprecated Value Members

  1. object DoubleLinkedList extends SeqFactory[DoubleLinkedList] with Serializable

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    This object provides a set of operations to create DoubleLinkedList values.

    This object provides a set of operations to create DoubleLinkedList values.

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    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Low-level linked lists are deprecated.

  2. object LinkedList extends SeqFactory[LinkedList] with Serializable

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    This object provides a set of operations to create LinkedList values.

    This object provides a set of operations to create LinkedList values.

    Annotations
    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.11.0) Low-level linked lists are deprecated.